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, there are 16 in a joint effort with san leandro police. we have exclusive video and tara moriarty is at police headquarters with the areas they focused and what they he were looking for, kara? >> reporter: the paired up with the san leandro police and if you just mentioned, they conducted 16 high risk search warrants and these were mainly for drugs. >> reporter: let's look at what took place in oakland on the corner of 14th and wood streets. 13 of these were served in oakland. one of them, 8th and 10 and the other was served on 13th avenue and east 22nd street. >> they told me to get out of the building but my car was trapped down there. >> reporter: it was a result of a criminal investigation and several arrests were made, three warrants were served in antioch, the operation ended at 8:00 this morning and no act -- excessive force had to be used and they will be opening a press conference to let us know in more detail exactly what happened last night. i am tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> we are following developing news in oakland. police are investigating a shooting that was r
the sexual assault at st. marys' college. tara moriarty is live to tell us more about what happened, tara? >> reporter: they say the suspect is of college able but not a student here. they say he and his victim met friday night and came here before the young woman was sexually assaulted. police say she was sexually assaulted in her room early saturday morning and they believe the suspect and victim came here after a meeting in berkeley friday night. they say the woman at the resource center said reporting the crime is a positive first step. >> sexual assault happens at all campuses and women at that age group are at high risk and they will get some support for doing that. >> reporter: the suspect is a white male, 21 years old, meets yum build, brown hair blue eyes and school officials were notified when a local hospital contacted them after treating the victim. they then sent an e-mail crime alert to students. if you have any information you are urged to contact police. tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> san francisco police will hold a tow
story and how this has become a breakthrough moment for sports. tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> and for more on jason collins' announcement on being gay go to our website www.ktvu.com or go to our facebook page. >>> police a couple of hours ago released information about a stabbing of an off-duty police officer which happened during a brawl outside the vine nil -- vinyl nightclub which started as a verbal confrontation and escalated to 50 people fighting. several people were also injured including a woman who was cut on the back of her head by a thrown bottle. >>> the search for a man who stabbed an eight-year-old girl to death is underway. many people are still struggling to understand. good afternoon alex. >> reporter: they say at this point, investigators don't have a clear motive for this attack that happened over the weekend. it happened inside eight-year- old leila fowler's home write up the road where you can see it is still blocked off by a highway patrol man. they are working to track down this killer as people try to make sense of what happened. sheriff's offi
descriptions at this time. >>> four people were shot last night. tara moriarty just spoke to the police and is back right now to tell us what they are saying. >> there has been a shooting in vallejo he have single day last week. now the intensity of the shooting was evident and strepping across the suspects were firing a high powered rifle and pistol as a white car as it drove by. bullets ridelled the side of the car and crashed through the win dope and officers found a man and woman in the back seat, hurt, two male victims were pounding on neighbor's doors for help. >> we contacted victims and they didn't want to say who they were. >> reporter: now all four victims were taken to area hospitals, one received ahead wound and one is expected to survivor. we just foe it was a small gray white car. they had to call canyon police for back up and we will tell you what they are saying as far as crime trends go here in the city of vallejo, tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> a man was gunned down in richmond. dozens were there where he was shot and killed late tuesday morning. oh wa
le were shot last night. tara moriarty just spoke to the police and is back right now to tell us what they are saying. >> there has been a shooting in vallejo he have single day last week. now the intensity of the shooting was evident and strepping across the suspects were firing a high powered rifle and pistol as a white car as it drove by. bullets ridelled the side of the car and crashed through the win dope and officers found a man and woman in the back seat, hurt, two male victims were pounding on neighbor's doors for help. >> we contacted victims and they didn't want to say who they were. >> reporter: now all four victims were taken to area hospitals, one received ahead wound and one is expected to survivor. we just foe it was a small gray white car. they had to call canyon police for back up and we will tell you what they are saying as far as crime trends go here in the city of vallejo, tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> a man was gunned down in richmond. dozens were there where he was shot and killed late tuesday morning
if they have tracked down that suspect. tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> tonight san francisco police will host a town hall meeting about sunday's police shooting in the mission district. it happened around 2:00 a.m. and two groups argued outside of a bar. a man pulled out something that looked to be a gun but it turned out to be a fake weapon. >>> next month the city of piedmont will test a new surveillance system to catch criminals after a rash of home invasions. they plan on installing 12 surveillance cameras showing cars coming in and out of the city. >>> and they are building up the entertainment scene right here in the town of santa clara. christian captain is live in santa clara to tell us what city leaders will talk about tonight and why there could be opposition, christain? >> reporter: santa clara city leaders are meeting to consider redevelopment plans in and around the 49ers stadium and construction crews have been arriving and those new plans will include transforming this city owned golf and shopping district. a deve
forced a power alert in the san jose area. let's get straight out to ktvu's tara moriarty who is in san jose with what is going on right now. tara? >> reporter: sabotage or stealing copper. these are some theories being floated around out here. regarding what happened this morning, vandalism to the pg&e substakes and also some -- sub station and also vandalism down the road on monterey street here. authorities say some fiber cables were cut shutting down cell and landline service for thousands of at&t customers in the san jose and gilroy area. that means 911 calls were affected, although we don't know the extent of the problem just yet. this video shows the scene headed northbound on monterey. there's a fleet of pg&e and at&t service vehicles. this is the area from which sheriff's deputies say people heard 30 to 40 gunshots around 1:45 this morning. >> the substation has vandalized earlier this morning. there was damage done. there was an oil leak to the substation and we're currently working to assess the situation. >> reporter: pg&e reported a breach in one of the fences. our video sh
it involved a car, fire hydrant, and a tire shop. tara moriarty is at 50th avenue and san leandro street. tara. >> reporter: you can see where the car slammed into the fire hydrant it knocked it off completely off the sidewalk here. you can see where the water gushed down the street. over here is a bunch of debris where the car slammed into the side of the building. now a motorist struck the fire hydrant at 50th avenue and san leandro street at 2:15 this morning. a man in his 20s appeared to be intoxicated. but tests will need to confirm that. the driver walked away pretty much without a scratch. but witnesses say he was emotional and handcuffed when he was taken away to the hospital. the owners didn't want to speak to ktvu on camera. we believe they live nearby. as of now the driver has not been charged with any crime. as you can manage imagine the water was flowing down the street. no homes sustained any flooding damage that we can see. no word on how much it will cost to fix the store. we don't know how fast the driver was going but if he is fou
moriarty joins us live from the scene at 50th salve. tara, what can you tell us? >> reporter: you know, it is quite a scene out here. if you take a look to the right you can see the fire hydrant was completely shorn off the sidewalk. that is where the car slammed into it. if you walk to the side of the building you can see there is a hole there. a motorist struck the fire hydrant at 50th and san leandro street. witnesses say a man in his 20s appeared to be intoxicated. but tests need to confirm that. the driver received minor injuries. he was very emotional as he was handcuffed and taken in an ambulance. the volkswagen he was driving hit garcia tire and bait shop. they leave they live nearby -- they believe they live nearby. no word on how much it could cost to fix the store. live from oakland i'm tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 news. >>> secretary of state john kerry is in south korea to discuss the ongoing threat of north korea. >> the united states and public of korea both want to see a peaceful cover january peninsula. that means it must be free of nuclear weapons. >> kerry calmed the
, and a tire shop. tara moriarty joins us live from the scene at 50th salve. tara, what can you tell us? >> reporter: you know, it is quite a scene out here. if you take a look to the right you can see the fire hydrant was completely shorn off the sidewalk. that is where the car slammed into it. if you walk to the side of the building you can see there is a hole there. a motorist struck the fire hydrant at 50th and san leandro street. witnesses say a man in his 20s appeared to be intoxicated. but tests need to confirm that. the driver received minor injuries. he was very emotional as he was handcuffed and taken in an ambulance. the volkswagen he was driving hit garcia tire and bait shop. they leave they live nearby -- they believe they live nearby. no word on how much it could cost to fix the store. live from oakland i'm tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 news. >>> secretary of state john kerry is in south korea to discuss the ongoing threat of north korea. >> the united states and public of korea both want to see a peaceful cover january peninsula. that
counties tara moriarty is live in san rafael where a grass fire broke out early this morning, tara? >> that is right. >> reporter: the patch of burned grass is right here and firefighters believe it may have started because of a cigarette butt and it is unclear how it can start so quickly. it was put out quickly by crews and they issued a warning that a lack of rainfall has left our wild lands in danger of burning. already they have responded to 680 wildfires across the state and that's way above average this time of year. open burns will be banned to limit the risk as fire season gets underway. that includes santa clara, san mateo and santa cruz counties. what causes 95% of fires, we will find out coming up in the next half hour. tara moriarty fuse news. >> thank you, jury selection in the murder case of an alleged killer joseph naso is set to begin. >> it is killing four women in contra costa in 1973 and 1974. all of the women were found along the roads. joseph naso himself faces the death penalty if convicted. >>> we learned two u.s. service members were based no northern califo
are just over an hour away from the first pitch of the world champions home opener, tara moriarty joins us live from at&t park where fans are pouring in and the excitement is building. >> reporter: just about an hour or so until things really start getting underway here. you can see there is lots of fans in the stands already. the st. louis cardinals are wrapping up soon here. the big question is who will raise the new world series championship flag and who will throw the first pitch. pablo sandoval cracking the bat at warm up. the giants are hoping to keep the the momentum going after taking two of three. >> what do you think? >> good. >> it is exciting, can't wait to get going. >> the giants take on the the cardinals, appropriately because of, that barry zito will pitch today. we caught the cast of them rehearsing the national anthem, the manager said he expects the crowd will be electric when the flag is hoisted. >> it is going to be good, they are, as i said, it is so special when you are seeing that flag go up. >> when the gates open we caught die-hard fans who caught up early to b
incident at an antioch home. tara moriarty has been talking to antioch police. she joins us live to tell us what led up to the gunfire. >>> police told me this morning the man who shot the two women happened inside this home you see behind me here. neighbors tell us the man was a boyfriend or exboyfriend o of a daughter who lived here. apparently he turned the gun on himself. this all happened last night before 11:00 on the 2500 block of york shire drive. a young man took his own life after shooting the two women. neighbors tell us that the victims are a mother and a daughter who were air lifted to the hospital suffering nonlife -- non life threatening wounds. >> i never had any problems. god has protected me. people are very family. it's like a family. >> reporter: police identified the man who took his own life as 22-year-old jimmy bales. witnesses say there were three other children in the house at the time of the shooting. two boys and a teenage girl. we will check in with investigators to see if they have any motive for necessary shooting. live from antioch i'm tara moriart
francisco, i am tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. >> more details now on that earthquake preparedness event this morning. fire officials were there to talk about ways the community can help them in the hours after a big quake. >> as first responders you can count on us to be there in times of need. but with the community's help we will be able to move more quickly from response to recovery mode. >> today's prep rally was called make your game plan, officials urged everyone there to have a plan in case of a quake, they dwaif tips on first aid and cpr and gave away kits, it was organized by pg&e, the red cross and fema. >>> bad weather in the midwest and the reason for this dramatic scene. >>> nice weather coming to the bay area, mark tamayo has the details in minutes. >> live in san jose where excitement is building at the hp pavilion, we will tell you why having ufc fights, why it is such a big deal for the fighters to have this event in the bay area. [ to this symphony of flavor: crrkkhshziiiizzlllee. beautiful. shhhhshshshshhshshhhhhsshhhshs. gorgeous! here comes the crescendo. kker
of the effect of the sequester of arteriale. tara moriarty is live at sfo with information on possible delays of furloughs and furloughs of air traffic control. >> reporter: give us an indicator of how the furloughs limb pact travel. the delays could be up to hours in some of the major hubs like atlanta and new york. because of the sequester cuts all traffic controllers must take one day off every two weeks. that means most towers will lose one controller every day, maybe more. we spoke to a passenger at san jose airport. they said they were considered about safety. the restaurant owner says it's better to have fewer controllers than none at all. >> they will have to step it up and work with the skeleton crew like a lot of people do. the tower is not going to shut so we are not imposing a danger to the pilots. >> reporter: yesterday sfo and ma theta reported no problems but oakland experienced some delays. sources inside the air traffic control tower said four workers were furloughed yesterday. meanwhile 100 contract towers in small airports across the country are scheduled to shut down in ju
oakland. police are investigating two fatal shootings. tara moriarty is live with what police are saying about a shooting that caused a bart station to shut down and another that happened in broad daylight. >> reporter: the 12th street bart station is back open after a teenager was gunned down. it happened at the corner of 13th and broadway. police have not released information about the circumstances of the shooting. about seven hours earlier, another deadly shooting. candles now line the street where a brazen shooting happened yesterday in broad daylight. a woman was shot while driving her car near 24th street around 3:00 in the afternoon. first responders tried to save her but she died after being transported to the hospital. her sister and friend that were with her in the car say a man walked up to the driver's open window and demanded someone. when she tried to drive away the man shot her in the stomach. >> we heard one gunshot and heard the car rolling down the road. >> life is valuable. it's a blessing to have life and live life and to take somebody's life, i don't care
drive. ktvu's tara moriarty joins us live from la fayette to tell us what happened. >> reporter: the suspect is in the hospital. he's undergoing surgery at this point after being shot by police. no officers were injured here but details still a little bit sketchy at this point. the big question, what provoked this shooting on this quiet street. just after 7:00 this morning, shots rang out in this secluded neighborhood. >> it sounded like bang, bang, bang. >> this man lives across the street. >> a little bit shaken up. >> reporter: police received a series of 911 calls from the home on woodview drive. there was no responsance then the -- response and then the person would hang up. >> the officers ordered the suspect to drop his knife and then shots were fired. >> reporter: the parents are reportedly vacationing in mexico. two grown daughters also live here as well as a boyfriend of one daughter. >> one of the boyfriends is a black male. he's a good boy. he uses our basketball hoop. >> i know him well. he was taken away in a police car. it's a friendly family. in fact, more frien
. a triple shooting in a quiet bay area neighborhood. one man is dead. two women wounded. tara moriarty joining us live to tell us about this gunfire and about the victims. tara. >> neighbors tell us the shooter was a boyfriend or exboyfriend of the daughter who live in the home you saw behind me here. they shot the daughter and her mother and then turned the gun on himself. this all happened last night. witnesses say the victims were air lifted to the hospital suffering nonlife threatening wounds. residents say they are shocked by the violence in this usually quiet neighborhood. >> i have lived here five years. i've never had any problems. god has protected me. people are very friendly. it's like a family. >> police are identifying the man who took his own life as 22- year-old jimmie bills of antioch. witnesses say there was three other children in the house at the time of the shooting. twin nine-year-old boys and 15- year-old girl. we'll talk to investigators to sheafy that have come up with any motive for the shooting and we will try to talk to neighbors to find out a little bit more
, tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> time now 6:02, earlier this morning, fbi released new photos of the bombing suspects. they were taken just moments before the bombings 8 days ago, no sign of any real tension and at most times they appear calm and relaxed. moments later, two bombs went off, injuring almost 200 hers. they are still unarmed guard and dzhokhar tsarnaev is not able to speak because of a serious next wound but he is cooperating with investigators by either nodding or writing. the 19-year-old is claiming his older brother was the driving force behind last week's deadly bombings and that no international terrorist groups were behind the deadly plot. >> i said the two people committing these vicious attacks are either dead or arrested and i still believe that. >> reporter: now yesterday a judge was brought to his hospital bed to formally -- formerly charge the suspect. he has charged that could lead to the death penalty, and prosecutors can add to that long list of charges. shawn collier, the 26-year-old was shot during a violent standoff and vice-president jose
forward to. live from the ballpark i'm tara moriarty. >> such an exciting day. >>> 5:10 is the time right now. we are getting a new look at that deadly crash at marysville raceway. >> more on the panic fans experienced when they tried to get help. >>> a drone radar system discovers security. >>> westbound 24 the traffic here looks pretty good getting up to the tunnel. another update is straight ahead. >>> we have new video of oakland police serving high priority warrants of four people wanted on drug own weapon charges. police had search warrants for two homes in this area. they found the four people they were looking for but did not find any drugs. >>> an assault rifle was lying in plain view of one of the homes and that was also taken into evidence. >>> a new radar system using drones is finding significant gaps in security. that drone operated radar system was developed to track taliban fighters. but now it's being used along the u.s. border with mexico. the radar system collected evidence that border patrol agents crossed half the people crossing into the u.s. from mexico along the 15
. live from the ballpark i'm tara moriarty. >> such an exciting day. >>> 5:10 is the time right now. we are getting a new look at that deadly crash at marysville raceway. >> more on the panic fans experienced when they tried to get help. >>> a drone radar system discovers security. >>> westbound 24 the traffic here looks pretty good getting up to the tunnel. another update is straight ahead. >>> we have new video of oakland police serving high priority warrants of four people wanted on drug own weapon charges. police had search warrants for two homes in this area. they found the four people they were looking for but did not find any drugs. >>> an assault rifle was lying in plain view of one of the homes and that was also taken into evidence. >>> a new radar system using drones is finding significant gaps in security. that drone operated radar system was developed to track taliban fighters. but now it's being used along the u.s. border with mexico. the radar system collected evidence that border patrol agents crossed half the people crossing int
afternoon on foothill boulevard. ktvu channel 2 reporter tara moriarty tells us what police are saying about a shooting that happened in broad daylight. >> pam, you can see there are candles here that are lining the street where a woman was driving with her sister and her friend when they were shot at. it happened in broad daylight just before 3:00 in the afternoon. a woman shot while driving her car off foothill boulevard near 24th avenue. first responders tried to save her but she died after being transported to the hospital. witnesses say a man walked up to the driver's open window and demanded something. when she tried to drive away, the man shot her in the stomach. >> we actually heard you know one gunshot and we heard a car rolling out into the middle of the intersection and after that we saw a lot of people going up toward the front of foothill by the car wash. >> life is valuable. it's a blessing to have life and live life. but to take somebody's life i don't care the reason, it hurts. >> reporter: this is the second fatal shooting of a driver in daylight hours in exactly three weeks
. tara moriarty is at police headquarters with more on what officers found, tara? >> reporter: yes, we are here at oakland police headquarters and overnight along with san leandro police conducted this secret sweep and they have kept with very secretive and we know now they were looking for drugs and weapons. [ technical difficulties, stand by ] >> we saw several fbi agents in tactical gear. >> reporter: in another spot at 8th street around 8:00, at the acorn public housing complex, authorities swooped in and dozens were involved in this operation as you can see and many people were forced from their homes. one person said fbi drew guns on him and asked him to get out. >> i live in the building and i can't get back in. i guess they are looking for suspects, drugs and weapons. i saw some pictures but i don't know who it was and i guess that is why they asked for my identification. >> reporter: the warrants are results of a criminal investigation and other arrests were made in antioch. the operation ended at 1:00 a.m. and police did not have to use excessive force. live from oakland, ta
. >>> ktvu channel 2 morning news reporter tara moriarty is at hyland hospital where family and friends are keeping vigil, tara? >> reporter: well a man known for saving lives is now fighting for his life after being shot in the head, he is in critical condition. it happened yesterday just before noon, quinn boyar an off- duty par med particular was -- par med particular was -- par met particular was driving, a witness got out and shot at him through his passenger window. it appears he tried to get out but his car went off into a ravine. when rescue crews first came in he mumbled the words, he tried to rob me. >> it could be various things, it could have been a road rain, drug deal, we just don't know. >> reporter: our source tells ktvu channel 2 news there were several casings on the ground and the gunman was in a getaway car with vague descriptions of the car saying it was brown. boyar works for ambulance services and his company describes him as a wonderful employee. ktvu channel 2 news was able to speak with some of his familiar lane we will tell you what they had to say coming up a
by the wind storm. tara moriarty snapped the picture at 37th avenue yesterday afternoon. show said there was also heavy damage in a park at 28th and vacente. damage was also reported at lake merced, the olympic club, and west lake as well. >>> time now 5:09. he used to be in charge of a bay area sanitation district now he's a fugitive. facing a $1 million arrest warrant. >>> plus a dramatic family drama that is getting a lot of media attention it's finally over. the latest on a couple who allegedly kidnapped their children and fled to cuba. >>> good morning. traffic on 80 westbound is off to a good start but we do have an accident in the east bay. we'll tell you about that straight ahead. one time, i had to wait half a day to watch a movie. you watched movies?! i was lucky if i could watch a show. show?! man, i was happy to see a sneezing panda clip! trevor, have you eaten today? you sound a little grumpy. [ laughter ] [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible. >>> bad weather is delayin
moriarty's is just outside the president's hotel with a rundown of his schedule this morning, tara? >> reporter: police have the area blocked off at the continental hotel where president barack obama is staying and you can see it is blocked off and hundreds greeted the president and not everyone was supportive of his visit. >> hundreds of protesters lined the streets of the area where president barack obama attended a fundraiser. he was urged to say it would be an environmental catastrophe. >> we want to tell the president he should be on the right side of history. he will be on the wrong side of history and this is his legacy at stake. >> the cost to dine with the president more than 32,000 a plate. now at the home of the billionaire, at that event, the president touched on several topics including gun control and climate change. he himself is an outspoken opponent and they had another event at the home of marsha and john goldman. at 140 we will tell you what the president said last night that garnered the most applause. live in san francisco tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 morning
and is expected to survive. no word on his release. >>> ktvu channel 2 morning news tara moriarty's is just outside the president's hotel with a rundown of his schedule this morning, tara? >> reporter: police have the area blocked off at the continental hotel where president barack obama is staying and you can see it is blocked off and hundreds greeted the president and not everyone was supportive of his visit. >> hundreds of protesters lined the streets of the area where president barack obama attended a fundraiser. he was urged to say it would be an environmental catastrophe. >> we want to tell the president he should be on the right side of history. he will be on the wrong side of history and this is his legacy at stake. >> the cost to dine with the president more than 32,000 a plate. now at the home of the billionaire, at that event, the president touched on several topics including gun control and climate change. he himself is an outspoken opponent and they had another event at the home of marsha and john goldman. at 140 we will tell you what the p
you what it was. i am tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> that is so wild, the a's won. >> time now 5:07 sal, you love baseball and would you have stayed, wouldn't you? >> i would have stayed but i would my two cups of coffee in each hand. incase you are just joining us, traffic is off to a start and we will look at 880 westbound as you head out to the mcarthur maze, no major problems when you get to the toll plaza and when you get there, you will notice there are no major lane obstructions on the span. also northbound 280, that traffic looks good getting up to highway 17. at 5:07 let's go to steve. >>> in your younger days you would have stayed. >> a little cooler today and just -- i mean hot, temperatures are just 80s, 90s and today is that in between day, some patchy fog, but all attention goes for the red flag warning, and north and east bay should take the bulk of it. high fire danger 60 miles per hour and it also means a more, northeast wind so take your pick. half-moon bay is 46 and some patchy fog there but i found more towards monterey and santa cruz and south
. tara moriarty is live at a ceremony and church and they tell us how a suspicious device from one ceremony had to be moved to another, tara? >> reporter: we are where the fountain commemoration ceremony was moved to because of a suspicious package which was found near the fountain. we will look at some of the area which was cordoned off and they have basically shut off the entire area around this area. because police need to figure out exactly what was inside this pack and. now the road reopened 5:30 this morning and we spoke to the police chief and he told us there was somebody suspicious spotted around 3:00 a.m. this morning. >> there was a suspect in a dark-hooded sweatshirt that was seen with a long black canvas bag where the ceremony is traditionally held near the fountain and he put the bag down and he left. god bless him, he saw something and said something like we have been saying. >> reporter: they picked up the bomb by a robot and a bomb technician picked it up and considered it safe. now they met at the meeting place where all the folks met after the 1906 folks met and
if they have tracked down that suspect. tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> tonight san francisco police will host a town hall meeting about sunday's police shooting in the mission district. it happened around 2:00 a.m. and two groups argued outside of a bar. a man pulled out something that looked to be a gun but it turned out to be a fake weapon. >>> next month the city of piedmont will test a new surveillance system to catch criminals after a rash of home invasions. they plan on installing 12 surveillance cameras showing cars coming in and out of the city. >>> and they are building up the entertainment scene right here in the town of santa clara. christian captain is live in santa clara to tell us what city leaders will talk about tonight and why there could be opposition, christain? >> reporter: santa clara city leaders are meeting to consider redevelopment plans in and around the 49ers stadium and construction crews have been arriving and those new plans will include transforming this city owned golf and shopping district. a developer named by the related companies is looking
and they are looking at two suspects and they are still investigating the roadway back open. >>> tara moriarty joins us with more on a roaring gun battle. >> reporter: one car was shot, the other got away and now they are looking for the people who got away in that suspect car. we will keep in touch with vallejo police but those evidence markers littered the ground and more than two dozen shots were fired according to authorities. a rear window was blown out with six shots hitting that car itself. it happened on the block which spanned an entire block and it is made up of different blocks and it is quite a distance. a car crashed into a white car and the suspect car sped away and now police are processing the evidence. >> i don't believe this is your difficult random shooting but again we are not sure exactly who was involved in it. >> four people inside that white car were wounded and all of them were transported to an area hospital. again we will be in touch with vallejo police so see if we can -- to see if we can get a description of that car. tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> it happen
the san francisco earthquake is now evacuated. tara moriarty is there on market street where the bomb squad is responding to a suspicious package and this is where everybody meets but i guess now they have to move them. >> reporter: that's right, we just got word everybody moved to union square and this is the first time they will not be able to hold the celebration and they were sitting on the corner of montgomery and there were a lot of folks that would be wondering what is going on and a block in each direction is closed as police inspect a suspicious package and we understand they need a bomb- sniffing dog and they don't have one so they are waiting for one from another agency. as you know they meet every year at the fountain where all streets intersect. he is really maintaining his sense of humor saying there is a shelf life on this sort of thing. >> i am ready to read proclamations of authority but i have not had a chance to. >> reporter: it is precisely 5:00 a.m. and it looks like this is the first time that will not happen. as you come back here live you can see cops are yelli
. the man was taken to the hospital where where he died. tara moriarty is heading to the scene. >>> another shooting in the bay area last night, in then on gasser avenue. ktvu's paul chambers joins us live to tell us many critical questions still need to be answered. good morning, paul. >> reporter: good morning, tori. there's a lot of questions that need-- that need to be answered. the officer involved is on paid leave, which is normal protocol in an officer-involved shooting shooting. we can take a look at video. napa bureau they were watching a vehicle. police believe three men were inside. one of the three men they believe had a warrant out for an assault with a deadly weapon. one man got out and got into an altercation with the agent. that man started to shoot and shot the man in the torso. his condition, unknown at this time. the other two men were in the custody. we have yet to hear word back from the sheriff's department. as soon as we do, of course, we'll bring it along to you. paul chambers, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> 7:02. overnight news, hayward firefighters had to call in police
in a rolling gun battle on the streets of vallejo. joining us live, tara moriarty will tell us what led up to the gunfire, tara? >> reporter: police are processing all of the information and there were two dozen bullet casings, just to give you an idea of the intensity of this shooting, police were able to find at least 24 casings as we mentioned and the rear window of a white car was blown out by gunfire and at least two bullets pierced the side door and officers say gunfire erupted and the two cars crashed. >> we discovered four victims at the shooting, two fled on foot but collapsed around the block. multiple casings all different sizes and injuries were nonlife- threatening. >> several different caliber casings were used in the shooting and of course we will bring you anymore updates as the morning progresses. >>> there is an update. police have found the gunman after the officer was shot. the office duty santa clara paramedic was off-duty. he died from his injuries two days later. police are revealing the car was located near horse man university school. parents are angry about how an
have an update on the fatal stabbing in oakland. ktvu channel 2 reporter tara moriarty has just arrived on the scene. what can you tell us. >> reporter: we are at the 2300 block of international boulevard. when we pulled up, we noticed there were a lot of investigators here. we're not sure exactly how the stabbing unfolded but we're told it is a possibility that the victim could have fallen from one of the balconies that you see up there because he had such severe trauma in addition to his stab wounds. joining me live is sergeant ross tis'dale. he -- tizdale. tell us what happened. >> there was a call of a man down. officers arrived on scene and discovered a male in his 40s, suffering from trauma to his head. when ambulance personnel arrived, they later discovered he had three to four stab wounds to his stomach test area. at that point he was transported to a local hospital where he was later pronounced dead. >> reporter: these appear to be live/work units, have you been able to talk to any of the people nearby to see if there was an argum
. tara moriarty is at the school to tell us how the victims are being remembered this morning, tara? >> reporter: flowers and several rocks adorn this area and you can see a sign says nursing classes begin soon but the school has been shut down over the year. friends and family remember the who are riff clay violent day -- horrific violent day here and they will have a memorial to remember those victims. the shooting rampage is exactly one year ago today claiming the lives of seven people. three people were injured when immigrant one goh walked on to oikos university and planned a shooting after becoming angry over a tuition dispute. he has pled not guilty to the killings and is confined to a psychiatric hospital after a judge found him not competent to stand trial. they will hear arguments to regulate ammunition sales and could the new bill have prevented the oikos university shooting? most likely not, they say it could create another step
last report from ktvu's tara moriarty she's back now and she says vandals may have caused this leak. tara? >> reporter: yeah. we just got off the phone and they say vandals broke into the substakes at 1:30 -- sub station at 1:30 in the morning. gunshots were fired. it was the bullets that hit the transformer and punctured the leak. you can see the transformer there. that's the area we're talking about. the danger here, a leak poses a fire hazard in the transformer. according to officials, the opening could affect the temperature of that oil and flammable could produce. the chances of that happening, they say, are minimal. we are talking about oil that needs to get over 600 degrees at least in order to ignite. basm crews are containing the allege. they are trying to ensure that no pg&e customers have service interrupted and they will also try to mitigate any environment concerns. no neighbors have have to be evacuated. the nearest homes are across the freeway. we're right next to 101. a full hazmat crew is out here. calfire is the lead agency on this. back here live, we want to menti
suspect is hold up. tara moriarty is out there in oakland with what is going out there and how it all started, tara? >> right now s.w.a.t. teams are surrounding around the apartment and they have been asking the suspect to come out with his hands up and he has not been cooperating and this has been going on for more than five hours according to neighbors. this all started at 10:30 a man said a -- police said a man was shot in the back and they have transported him to a nearby hospital and they did identify his shooter and they did zero in on the home where the suspect lives. since 11:00 last night, officers have been trying to get him to come out but he has not responded and an officer said s.w.a.t. teams would enter within the next hour to see how this unfolds. back out here live, there is an ambulance here waiting in the middle of this street with the tree and to the right there are dozens of squad cars and we have seen police just crawling all over the area. and they have told us to keep back and the action is on this corner so we were told we were in the line of fire so we will b
, and a tire shop. tara moriarty is at 50th avenue and san leandro street. tara. >> reporter: you can see where the car slammed into the fire hydrant it knocked it off completely off the sidewalk here. you can see where the water gushed down the street. over here is a bunch of debris where the car slammed into the side of the building. now a motorist struck the fire hydrant at 50th avenue and san leandro street at 2:15 this morning. a man in his 20s appeared to be intoxicated. but tests will need to confirm that. the driver walked away pretty much without a scratch. but witnesses say he was emotional and handcuffed when he was taken away to the hospital. the owners didn't want to speak to ktvu on camera. we believe they live nearby. as of now the driver has not been charged with any crime. as you can manage imagine the water was flowing down the street. no homes sustained any flooding damage that we can see. no word on how much it will cost to fix the store. we don't know how fast the driver was going but if he is found at fault it will cost more than $10,000 to replace this fire hydrant. they
resulted in -- an overnight operation resulted in multiple arrests. tara moriarty is live with more. >> reporter: good morning. well, dozens of families may have wondered what was going on when they heard the flash bang ben grades. they were -- grenades. they were serving 16 warrants. authorities mostly targeted homes in oakland and they made several arrests. they were secretive about why they were conducting the raids but we know now they are after guns and weapons. we saw fbi agents in tactical gear at 14th avenue and east 22nd street. another raid happened at 8th and adelaide streets. they were focusedden 0 the acorn apartment complex. law enforcement says the warrants are a result of criminal investigation and several arrests were made. the operation ended at 1:00 this morning. no one was hurt. police say they did not have to use, sessive force. later this -- excessive force. lateert this morning, the oakland police department will be releasing more details. we're live in oakland, tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. >>> in oakland, police are investigating a shooti
are leaking oil at a substation. tara moriarty is there at metcalf road with more on how much oil is leaking and she has the effort to control this, tara? >> reporter: thousands of gallons of oil from a transformer is leaking and if you take a look behind me, you can see the area in question is over to the right where you can see the big tall towers and there is sort of steam arising in the difference stance there. -- distance there. around the corner is metcalf road where we have a command center and nobody is letting us through there. the fire department received a 911 call about a couple of leaks and no neighbors had to be evacuated because of where the leak happened and it is obviously in a remote area. cal fire is the lead agency on this case and santa clara county and firefighters are also on the scene. now according to wick speed why -- according to information, this oil is used as a cooling material and it's producing gas and other patrol yum based -- petroleum based gases and if it has an order, how did it get reported and we have put a call into pg&e to get some of that information
. tara moriarty is live at sfo now to tell us how travelers are reacting. tara. >> reporter: a lot of the passengers we have been speaking to this morning have been saying that congress needs to get its act together. if you take a look behind me, there is the air traffic control tower right there. and fewer controllers is something a lot of people are not excited about. saying the fat can be trimmed in other ways. traffic ramps upstarting this morning due to the business week. and because of government budget cuts all air traffic controllers must take one day off every two weeks. that means most towers will lose one controller every day maybe more. planes will have to take off and land less frequently so not to overload the remaining controller ons duty. that translates to longer lines at the airport. folks here at sfo says the government should make cuts elsewhere. >> it's ridiculous that they furlough people when it's air traffic. these are the people that keep the planes not from hitting each other. >> reporter: yesterday sfo and ma theta reported no problems. but oakland did ex
jams in this area near the ucsf medical center, if you are in the area avoid it for the next hour, tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 news. >> a bay area women's college team makes history. see and hear the send off they receive on the campus of 1 bay area university. >> steve paulson is coming up in minutes to tell us how much rain we got and whether we are in store for anymore. a much anticipated announcement from facebook late this morning. we will explain it to you. >>> traffic near downtown oakland was blocked this morning by a downed power pole and live wires. police say something in the back of a truck may have snagged the wires and pulled the power line down. it happened just after 7:00 a.m. at 20th and castro streets. pg&e was out there an hour later to do repairs. no word on power outages in the area. >>> facebook this morning unveiled new software for android smart phones that it hopes will give it a leg up on its competition with google. jade hernandez is live with what you have heard from facebook headquarters. good afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon, mark zuckerberg has made
back to the desk. >>> there was a sexual assault at st. marys and tara moriarty is live and knows more about how he got into a disarm room. >> reporter: police are searching for a suspect, and they have confirmed a woman of college age was sexually assaulted in her townhouse resident hall and they believe the suspect came back after a meeting in berkeley friday night. she is one of the people here at the resource centers here. >> when it gets reported it means the system is working and the student felt safe enough to come forward and it means they felt they could get support in resources. >> the victim is white with brown hair and blue eyes and a local hospital treated the victim and sent an anticrime alert and anybody with information is asked to contact police. ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> tara, thank you very much. >>> a candle light vigil, for a person who died over the weekend. >> she is still in her hearts whapping over us. >> more than 100 people gathered to remember a woman who died. she was there for spring break when she became separated from spring break and her -- separa
are in the area avoid it for the next hour, tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 news. >> a bay area women's college team makes history. see and hear the send off they receive on the campus of 1 bay area university. >> steve paulson is coming up in minutes to tell us how much rain we got and whether we are in store for anymore. a much anticipated announcement from facebook late this morning. we will explain it to you. >>> traffic near downtown oakland was blocked this morning by a downed power pole and live wires. police say something in the back of a truck may have snagged the wires and pulled the power line down. it happened just after 7:00 a.m. at 20th and castro streets. pg&e was out there an hour later to do repairs. no word on power outages in the area. >>> facebook this morning unveiled new software for android smart phones that it hopes will give it a leg up on its competition with google. jade hernandez is live with what you have heard from facebook headquarters. good afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon, mark zuckerberg has made facebook a realt
and they are still investigating the roadway back open. >>> tara moriarty joins us with more on a roaring gun battle. >> reporter: one car was shot, the other got away and now they are looking for the people who got away in that suspect car. we will keep in touch with vallejo police but those evidence markers littered the ground and more than two dozen shots were fired according to authorities. a rear window was blown out with six shots hitting that car itself. it happened on the block which spanned an entire block and it is made up of different blocks and it is quite a distance. a car crashed
ago today that a gunman killed seven people in oakland. tara moriarty is at the school to tell us how the victims are being remembered this morning, tara? >> reporter: flowers and several rocks adorn this area and you can see a sign says nursing classes begin soon but the school has been shut down over the year. friends and family remember the who are riff clay violent day -- horrific violent day here and they will have a memorial to remember those victims. the shooting rampage is exactly one year ago today claiming the lives of seven people. three people were injured when immigrant one goh walked on to oikos university and planned a shooting after becoming angry over a tuition dispute. he has pled not guilty to the killings and is confined to a psychiatric hospital after a judge found him not competent to stand trial. they will hear arguments to regulate ammunition sales and could the new bill have prevented the oikos university shooting? most likely not, they say it could create another step to purchase ammunition and an authorized dealer says the whole process would be more difficu
. she has been rushed into surgery and tara moriarty is right there at the victims' home and you can designs of the shooting there. tara? >> reporter: yes the two bullet holes pierced the front window of the home. both struck her one in the head one in the next and she has been taken to the hospital where she is now undergoing surgery. she was alert when they took her in the ambulance so that is good news. they scoured this area for evidence, a late 1970s car was seen speeding from the area but they are not sure if that is connected or not. it all happened this morning and the victim is in her mid- 20s and she told police she does not know who would want to kill her so real think are no -- really, there are no suspects in mind but we don't know if this woman was targeted but there were at least three other people in the home at the time and nobody else was hurt. we will try to get more information from haywood police and we will of course pass that along to you. ktvu channel 2 morning news tara moriarty. >>> highway patrol is investigating the death of a person killed trying to cross
. >>> arrests are made in oakland after police served high risk search warrants. tara moriarty is at police headquarters with exclusive videos of this multioperation, sarah? >> reporter: that's right, there were -- tara? >> reporter: that's right, they had conducted 16 high risk search warrants and they were keeping quiet about it at the time but we now know there were after weapons and drugs. let's look at the staging area at 14th street. 14 arrest warrants were served at 8th 8th and they were served as well on east 14th street. the warns were served as a result of a criminal investigation and several arrests were made. three more were served in san leandro and antioch. nobody was hurt and police said they did not have to use excessive force and later this morning, the oakland police department will release more details and they will of course bring that information to you as soon as we get it. tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> we are following developing news and right now we are investigating a shooting which happened at 3:00 this morning, a man wounded in the leg was foun
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